Whereas rust is an undesirable oxidation response, there also are many different beneficial oxidation reactions which are vitally important and quantity one of the most ordinarily used reactions within the chemical undefined.
This thoroughly revised, up-to-date moment version now comprises extra sections on commercial oxidation and biochemical oxidation.
Edited through one of many international leaders within the box, fine quality contributions conceal each vital point from classical to eco-friendly chemistry methods:
- contemporary advancements in Metal-catalyzed Dihydroxylation of Alkenes
- Transition Metal-Catalyzed Epoxidation of Alkenes
- Organocatalytic Oxidation. Ketone-Catalyzed uneven Epoxidation of Alkenes and artificial Applications
- Catalytic Oxidations with Hydrogen Peroxide in Fluorinated Alcohol Solvents
- sleek Oxidation of Alcohols utilizing Environmentally Benign Oxidants
- cardio Oxidations and comparable Reactions Catalyzed by way of N-Hydro xyphthalimide
- Ruthenium-Catalyzed Oxidation for natural Synthesis
- Selective Oxidation of Amines and Sulfides
- Liquid part Oxidation Reactions Catalyzed through Polyoxometalates
- Oxidation of Carbonyl Compounds
- Manganese-Catalyzed Oxidation with Hydrogen Peroxide
- Biooxidation with Cytochrome P450 Monooxygenases
by means of delivering an summary of this enormous subject, the booklet represents an exceptional reduction for natural, catalytic and biochemists operating within the field.Content:
Chapter 1 fresh advancements in Metal?Catalyzed Dihydroxylation of Alkenes (pages 1–36): guy kinfolk Tse, Kristin Schroder and Matthias Beller
Chapter 2 Transition Metal?Catalyzed Epoxidation of Alkenes (pages 37–84): Hans Adolfsson
Chapter three Organocatalytic Oxidation. Ketone?Catalyzed uneven Epoxidation of Alkenes and artificial functions (pages 85–115): Yian Shi
Chapter four Catalytic Oxidations with Hydrogen Peroxide in Fluorinated Alcohol Solvents (pages 117–145): Albrecht Berkessel
Chapter five smooth Oxidation of Alcohols utilizing Environmentally Benign Oxidants (pages 147–185): Isabel W. C. E. Arends and Roger A. Sheldon
Chapter 6 cardio Oxidations and similar Reactions Catalyzed by means of N?Hydroxyphthalimide (pages 187–240): Yasutaka Ishii, Satoshi Sakaguchi and Yasushi Obora
Chapter 7 Ruthenium?Catalyzed Oxidation for natural Synthesis (pages 241–275): Shun?Ichi Murahashi and Naruyoshi Komiya
Chapter eight Selective Oxidation of Amines and Sulfides (pages 277–313): Prof. Dr. Jan?E. Backvall
Chapter nine Liquid section Oxidation Reactions Catalyzed by way of Polyoxometalates (pages 315–352): Ronny Neumann
Chapter 10 Oxidation of Carbonyl Compounds (pages 353–369): Eric V. Johnston and Prof. Dr. Jan?E. Backvall
Chapter eleven Manganese?Catalyzed Oxidation with Hydrogen Peroxide (pages 371–419): Wesley R. Browne, Johannes W. de Boer, Dirk Pijper, Jelle Brinksma, Ronald Hage and Ben L. Feringa
Chapter 12 Biooxidation with Cytochrome P450 Monooxygenases (pages 421–450): Marco Girhard and Vlada B. Urlacher
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Complex 5a (Ar ¼ Ph), easily prepared directly from titanium isopropoxide and the salan ligand, is, however, less active and selective than 4. 2 Asymmetric titanium-catalyzed epoxidation. t. O R1 R2 n-C6 H13 Ph Ti catalyst 4a) 5ab) 5bc) 5cc) Yield (%) 90d) 47 68 80 ee (%) 93 82 89 87 Yield (%) 87e) 72 86 77 ee (%) 99 95 98 98 Yield (%) 64e) 69 84 92 ee (%) 88 90 94 96 Yield (%) 70d),f) 25 ee (%) 82 55 a) 1 mol% catalyst, reaction time 24 h. b) 5 mol% catalyst, reaction time 24 h. c) Catalyst prepared in situ from 5 mol% titanium isopropoxide and 6 mol% of the corresponding ligand, reaction time 9 h.